AccessAgility Introduces Industry’s First WiFi Scanner for


Vienna, VA, Sept. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — AccessAgility, a leading developer of WiFi test and measurement software, today announced the industry’s first WiFi Scanner for Windows that supports the WiFi 6E / 6 GHz frequency band. This new WiFi Scanner version is designed for wireless engineers and IT professionals who need to troubleshoot 6E / 6 GHz WiFi networks using Windows laptops or desktops. With this new tool, businesses can easily discover the best wireless configuration and analyze their networks to optimize the performance of their wireless infrastructure.

“Even though I am a Mac-guy, I still use Windows, and this is one of the top apps to consider.” – David Coleman Director, Wireless Networking at the Office of the CTO at Extreme Networks, Co-Author – Certified Wireless Network Administrator Study Guide.

Full Featured Trial
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Supporting Resources
Website: WiFi Scanner for Windows
Video: WiFi Scanner Video Demos
Blog: WiFi Scanner 6E / 6 GHz Support

Pricing and Availability
WiFi Scanner is subscription based product and priced based on the number of active devices that have the software installed.

About AccessAgility
AccessAgility has developed a suite of WiFi network testing tools to make it easy for network engineers and technicians to deploy, manage, and maintain today’s complex wired and wireless networks. The company’s WiFi Scanner, OptiFi, BridgeChecker and WiFiPerf products give users instant visibility into their network performance. AccessAgility simplifies the complexities of network testing, provides instant visibility for efficient problem resolution, and enables seamless collaboration between site personnel and remote experts. To learn more about its products and see how AccessAgility helps get your job done faster, visit


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